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Jumia Fashion Releases New Fashion Brand Eve & Tribe

Fashion is a huge part of our everyday life and Jumia has found a new way to make fashion more integrated with the launch of a new inspiring fashion brand Eve & Tribe.
 
Eve & Tribe is a fashion brand for the Nigerian woman as seen on Top fashion & style bloggers like Zina Anumudu, Ella Mo & Deola Omogemura. The brand offers a wide range of affordable, ready-to-wear women's clothing to serve the contemporary Nigerian woman.
 
"The proudly Nigerian brands brings together colorful collection with over 50 inspiring pieces ranging from skirts to tops and dresses on print patterns that will fit any woman" stated Funmi Daniel Head of Fashion Jumia. Eve & Tribe aims to give the Nigerian woman a reason to be stylish everyday with outfits that represents and holds up the personality of being elegant.
 
You can join the fashion movement and start shopping Proudly Nigerian brand with Eve & Tribe on Jumia.

About Jumia Fashion 

Is a part of Jumia, Nigeria's largest online store. Jumia Fashion is the single largest online fashion store in Nigeria with over 50,000 fashion pieces. The store offers fashion items from cloths to shoes and accessories for Men and women in every size including a Plus size range for Women. Jumia Fashion also stocks some of the biggest names in Nigerian fashion in the ByNaija Store such as David Wej, 24, House of Tara, Sccup & others.

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